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Hyperphysics - The Nucleus

Relative scale models of an atom, descriptions of size and density of the nucleus and the strong force, with good links to other sites

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Why don't electrons just fall into the nucleus of an atom?

The weird world of quantum mechanics explains the reason why the electron which is negatively charged doesn't fall into the positive nucleus.

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Gamma-Rays

Information on the electromagnetic radiation from the nucleus as a part of a radioactive process.

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Isotopes

Description of the notation used for different isotopes and the properties of the nucleus with good links to other sites.

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Max Born

Max Born (1881 - 1970) work, for which he received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1954 with Walther Bothe, improved the laws describing the movement of electrons around the nucleus in the centre of ...

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Victor F. Weisskopf

Victor F. Weisskopf (1908 - ) is widely know for his theoretical work in quantum electrodynamics, the structure of the atomic nucleus, and elementary particle physics.

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Structure of Matter

What are atoms made of? What is keeping a nucleus intact? What happens if you try to separate two quarks? Are quarks fundamental? Read the illustrated and animated story about the interior of matter ...

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Seyfert Galaxies

The key to classifying a galaxy as a Seyfert Galaxy is the presence of broad emission lines from the bright, star-like nucleus. They are often strong radio and infrared sources. The first such active ...

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Strong Force

A force which can hold a nucleus together is strong indeed.

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